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Determining Whether the Application Property Is Necessary
Many of the properties and methods of the Application object can be used without the Application object qualifier. For example the ActiveDocument property can be used without the Application object qualifier. Instead of writing Application.ActiveDocument.PrintOut , you can write , you can write ActiveDocument.PrintOut .
Properties and methods that can be used without the Application object qualifier are considered "global." To view the global properties and methods in the Object Browser, click <globals> at the top of the list in the Classes box.